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  • Title: Study in Romania
    Descriptive info: .. Nowadays Higher Education represents an area of excellence in Romania.. In the past decades thousands and thousands of students from all over the world came to study in all of the 29 Romanian academic centres.. What do the international students find in Romania? A wonderful blend of tradition and modernity, vitality and performance along with traditional and new campuses.. To the traditional areas of study and research (Medicine, Pharmacy, Dentistry, Aerospace Engineering, Arhitecture, Economy, Oil and Gas, Chemistry,  ...   and the list can continue.. This catalogue should guide you through the many resources of the Romanian Higher Education system.. It tells you how we build personalities and learn from each other thus one should observe that an international perspective infuses all our actions.. I hope that you will enjoy your study in the Romanian universities as the best place for launching your future career, the best place to learn and live freely.. Ecaterina ANDRONESCU,.. Minister of Education and Research..

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    Descriptive info: Romania lies in the Central-South-Eastern part of the European continent.. Having a surface of approximately 238,000 sq km and a population of 22.. 5 million inhabitants, it is one of the medium-sized countries of Europe.. Romania neighbours Moldavia, Ukraine, Hungary, Yugoslavia, Bulgaria and coasts the Black Sea.. Romania is a semi-presidential republic, with a bicameral Parliament, seeking to join the European Union.. The main political parties, after the last elections (end of 2000), are as follows: Partidul Social-Democrat (Social-Democratic Party, the governing party), Partidul Romania Mare (Greater Romania Party), Partidul National Liberal (National Liberal Party), Partidul Democrat (Democratic Party) and Uniunea Democrata a Maghiarilor din Romania (Democratic Union of Hungarians from Romania).. The geographical position and the historical evolution of this territory imposed it as an archetype of mixtures between cultures relatively differentiated: Western-European, East-European and Balkan.. This historical reality was materialised into a special type of general behaviour that manifests itself through tolerance, hospitality and easiness of communication for the people that live here.. The peculiarities of the physical space come from the relatively circular disposition and from the roughly equal proportion of each major form of relief: mountains, hills and plains cover each 1/3 of the surface.. To these we can add the presence of the navigable Danube river, which ensures the direct link with the Northern Sea through the Rhine-Danube canal.. The Danube Delta is one of the natural reserves under international protection due to its unique flora and fauna, among the richest in Europe.. One of Romania's specifics consists in the fact that it is crossed by the 45 North Parallel and  ...   proportion by Romanians, who represent 90% of the total number of inhabitants, to which Hungarians (around 7%), Gypsies, Germans, Ukrainians, Turks, Tartars etc.. can be added.. Out of the total number of population, 55% live in towns and the rest of 45% live in rural areas (with villages populated by up to 27,000 persons).. The capital of the country is the city of Bucharest, which has a population of over 2 million inhabitants.. Here it is concentrated approximately 15% of the national industrial capacity, over 50% of the direct foreign investments, over 30% of the higher education institutions and over 50% of the Romanian students.. Other big cities, having more than 300,000 inhabitants, are the regional centres Iasi, Cluj, Timisoara, Craiova, Brasov and Constanta.. The economy of Romania was dominated by the big industry, especially between 1979-1990, covering almost all the industrial branches: from those linked to oil extraction, up to those representing fine mechanics.. After a period of profound restructuring, Romanian industry probates recovery, especially in the high-tech domains (automatics, electronics and computer industry).. The beneficiary of the industrial restructuring has been the tertiary sector, which has shown a spectacular evolution, mainly in the financing-banking, telecommunications and trade domains.. Romania has economic and cultural relations with over 150 countries around the world.. The official language of the state is Romanian, belonging to the Romance family of languages; within the local public administration, where the percentage of inhabitants belonging to another ethnic populations is over 20%, their language can also be used.. The national currency is the leu (1 USD = 32,500 ROL in March, 2002)..

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    Descriptive info: HISTORY OF EDUCATION.. The first institutes of higher education that functioned on the territory of Romania where Academia Vasiliana (1640) founded by prince Vasile Lupu in Iasi as a higher school for Latin and Slavonic languages and the Academy of Bucharest opened at the end of the 17th c.. by the prince Constantin Brancoveanu.. The bases for higher education in Romanian language where laid down in the 19th c.. : courses for topometric engineers organised in 1814 by Gheorghe Asachi in Moldavia and by Gheorghe Lazar in Wallachia in 1818.. In 1835 the Academia Mihaileana was set up in Iasi and in 1852 in Bucharest the School of Agriculture was opened, the forerunner of today's Agronomic Institute.. In 1857, the National School for Medicine and Surgery was set up in Bucharest and in 1864 the National School for Bridges, Highways, Mining and.. Architecture was opened to become later the nucleus of the Politechnical School in Bucharest.. It was also in 1864 that the foundations of the fine arts higher education where laid down.. The first Romanian universities were established by Prince.. Al.. I.. Cuza - the University of Iasi.. (1860) and the Bucharest University (1864) - under whose rule was issued the first Public Education  ...   the two World Wars the network of higher education institutions was strongly developed.. In 1948, after the onset of the Communist rule, education was organised by the State as a unitary highly centralised structure.. Completely separated from the Church, education was accessible to all children.. However, due to a structural imbalance, and a chronic lack of material resources, an effect of the economic crisis, the growth of the highereducation was inhibited, both in point of technical and material resources - chronically outdated and insufficient - and in point of number of students.. In the academic year 1975/1976, there were 42 higher education institutions in 20 university centres, among them being 7 universities: Bucharest, Cluj, Iasi, Timisoara, Craiova, Brasov, Galati, with a total number of 164,567 students.. After the overthrow of the Communist rule in 1989, a major reform was initiated by the higher education institutions themselves.. Under the reform programme, the number of students enrolled in the various study programmes available in Romania has been on a constant increase in the last decade, reaching 353,228 for the 1999-2000 academic year.. This huge increase is also the result of the introduction of a new opportunity for the Romanian citizens to pursue studies based on tuition fees..

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    Descriptive info: GENERAL DATA.. Legislative Frame.. In Romania education is considered to be a national priority, the entire educational system being protected by the Constitution and by organic laws (the Education Law), specialised laws (the Law on the Accreditation of Higher Education Institutions and Recognition of Diplomas, the Law on the Statute of the Teaching Staff), governmental decisions and orders of the Minister of Education and Research.. These legislative acts laid the foundation for the reform of the Romanian education system and allowed its opening and upgrading as compared to the educational systems of the highly developed countries of the world.. The national system, which includes both public and private higher education institutions, has openness as its main feature, that is the transfer of a student from one educational form to the other is stipulated by law.. The education system is organised on levels, ensuring the coherence and continuity of instruction, taking into consideration the age and individual peculiarities.. Structure of the Universities.. In Romania higher education is provided in education and research institutions, universities, institutes, academies, conservatories and university colleges.. The state higher education sector in Romania comprises 49 state higher education institutions with 324 faculties and other 8 private.. The higher education institutions comprise several faculties, university colleges, divisions, departments and small pilot units specialised in researches and micro-production.. The faculty represents the functional basic unit of the higher education institution and is organised by chairs or by departments.. The teaching in a faculty is organised by specialities, years of study, student series and groups.. The faculty includes the teaching and research personnel, the students and the auxiliary and administrative personnel.. The faculties are individualised by their study programmes and field of specialisation.. The department is a sub-unit governed by the university Senate or by the Council of a faculty.. The department carries out teaching, research, design etc.. The chair is the basic structural unit of the faculty and it includes the teaching research, design and auxiliary personnel working in a specific academic field.. Undergraduate Education.. Undergraduate education provides two types of programmes:.. Short-term university education (2-3 year programme provided by the university colleges) courses finalised with diplomã de absolvire (diploma certifying the completion of studies at a college and the  ...   categories of employment of those without a university diploma.. Higher education in Romania has the following forms: regular studies, reduced frequency courses and Open Distance Learning.. Types of Diploma.. In what concerns certification, there is a wide range of academic graduate and post-graduate diplomas and distinctions that one can obtain after studying in Romania:.. Certificat de studii - A certificate awarded to students who have completed their studies in higher education, but have failed to pass the get their degree.. Diplomã de absolvire a unui colegiu - Diploma certifying the completion of studies at a college and the passing of the relevant final examen.. Diplomã de licenþã - University diploma equivalent degree.. Diplomã de magister/master - Master Diploma.. Diplomã de studii aprofundate - Diploma of Advanced Studies.. Diplomã de studii (academice) - Diploma of Graduate Academic Studies.. This kind of diploma is awarded by a school of graduate studies, within a higher education institution.. Such schools enroll holders of the first academic degree at the end of a two-three year graduate study programme.. Diplomã de doctor - Doctoral Diploma (Ph.. D.. ).. This is the highest academic degree awarded in all domains after 4-6 years of study and original research.. It follows the first academic degree (or master's degree) and requires the passing of examinations and the submission of an original thesis.. The holder of a doctoral diploma is granted the Ph.. title in the respective field of science or the arts.. Doctor Honoris Causa - An honorary degree awarded by higher education institutions (by vote of the Senate) to Romanian and foreign prominent figures in science, technology and culture.. It is also occasionally conferred, in recognition of specific merits, to outstanding national and international public figures.. International Recognition of Romanian Diplomas.. Romania signed the Convention on the Recognition of Qualifications concerning Higher Education in the European Region (Lisabona 1997), and at the same time, it is part of the Bologna Process concerning the implementation of the common European Higher Education area.. Through commitments assumed at the European level, focused on quality assurance, credit transfers and transparency of educational programmes description, qualifications (diplomas) obtained in the Romanian Higher Education ensured the academic and professional mobility of the graduates all over the world..

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    Descriptive info: ROMANIAN UNIVERSITIES.. Ion Mincu University of Architecture and Urbanism of Bucharest.. University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Bucharest.. Technical University of Civil Engineering of Bucharest.. Politehnica University of Bucharest.. University of Bucharest.. Carol Davila University of Medicine and Pharmacy of Bucharest.. University of Music, Bucharest.. Academy of Economic Studies of Bucharest.. University of Fine Arts of Bucharest.. National School of Political Studies and Public Administration of Bucharest.. National Academy of Physical Education and Sports of Bucharest.. I.. L.. Caragiale University of Theatre and Film of Bucharest.. December 1st University of Alba-Iulia.. Aurel Vlaicu University of Arad.. University of Bacau.. North University of Baia Mare.. Transilvania University of Brasov.. Technical University of Cluj-Napoca.. University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Cluj-Napoca.. Babes-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca.. Iuliu Hatieganu University of Medicine and Pharmacy of Cluj-Napoca.. Gheorghe Dima Music Academy of Cluj-Napoca.. Ioan Andreescu Academy of Visual  ...   Iasi.. George Enescu University of Arts, Iasi.. University of Oradea.. Gr.. T.. Popa University of Medicine and Pharmacy of Iasi.. University of Petrosani.. University of Pitesti.. Oil and Gas University of Ploiesti.. Eftimie Murgu University of Resita.. | Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu.. Stefan cel Mare University of Suceava.. Valachia University of Targoviste.. Constantin Brancusi University of Targu Jiu.. Petru Maior University of Targu Mures.. University of Medicine and Pharmacy of Targu Mures.. University of Theatrical Arts of Targu Mures.. University of Medicine and Pharmacy of Timisoara.. Politehnica University of Timisoara.. Banat University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary.. Medicine of Timisoara.. West Universityof Timisoara.. ROMANIAN PRIVATE UNIVERSITIES.. Vasile Goldis West University of Arad.. Nicolae Titulescu University of Bucharest.. Titu Maiorescu University of Bucharest.. Dimitrie Cantemir Christian University of Bucharest.. Catholic Theological Institute of Buchares.. George Bacovia University of Bacau.. Constantin Brancoveanu University of Pitesti.. Emanuel University of Oradea..

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    Descriptive info: LIBRARIES.. The academic libraries network in Romania supports the teaching and research programmes in universities.. With the most important documentary base in Romania, about 24 million volumes, this network provides the appropriate means for the academic learning and research process.. The national network branches go down to the department level.. These libraries, using permanent communication, ensure the national and international exchange of publications.. The international cooperation has increased during the past few years, when the process of updating the Romanian academic system in accordance with the standards of the European Union was initiated.. Among the libraries with the most complex international exchange relationships we can specify the following:.. the Lucian Blaga Central Academic Library in Cluj, which has 1652 partners in 72 countries;.. the Central Academic Library in Bucharest, with 1016 partners in 74 countries;.. the Mihai Eminescu Central Academic Library in Iasi (870 partners in 68 countries);.. the Eugen Todoran Central Academic Library in Timisoara (402 partners in 54 countries).. A special place in  ...   to a multidisciplinary structure.. The documents archive development depends on the profile of its specific users, interested in further academic education and scientific research.. Severely damaged during the 1989 Anti-Communist Revolution, the Central Academic Library in Bucharest was entirely rebuilt from 1990 to 2001.. After its renovation, the Central Academic Library was endowed with (among many facilities) modern reading rooms , thematic collections, access to Internet, data bases and electronic checking for the access at the document sources.. The new building, with six floors, has 385 seats for reading.. These, together with many other improvements, made the Central Academic Library one of the most modern libraries in Europe.. Nowadays, there exists a programme of digitization, in cooperation with specialized firms of world recognition, so that, in a few years' time, the entire book patrimony will be transferred on electronic format.. All these means of upgrading transformed this space, dedicated to elevated knowledge, into a modern working tool, indispensable for any person that thirsts for intellectual evolution..

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    Descriptive info: ww.. ADDMISION REQUIERMENTS.. International students willing to study in Romania can apply either to the Ministry of Education and Research or to the chosen Romanian university, in order to receive the Letter of Acceptance.. The following application papers are requested:.. 1.. Application form;.. pdf version [.. download.. ];.. on-line version.. 2.. Certified copy of the Baccalaureate Diploma or equivalent - for undergraduate studies;.. 3.. Certified copy of the graduation certificate - for graduate applicants or PhD;.. 4.. Academic record translated into Romanian, English, French or German;.. 5.. Language certificate (see further instructions regarding this issue).. 6.. Certified copy of the Birth Certificate;.. 7.. Certified copy of the passport;.. 8.. Medical certificate.. The application forms are available at the International Relations Offices of the Ministry of Education and Research or of the Romanian universities, or at the Romanian Embassies abroad.. The application papers, only in copy, have to be mailed to the chosen university, or to the Ministry of Education and Research in order to receive the approval statement.. The official documents have to be submitted personally, in original, when applying in Romania.. Before coming to Romania, the international students should have their documents endorsed within the Romanian embassies in their own countries; then, they should obtain a valid visa for studying in Romania.. Admission to higher education institutions is based on the selection of application files..  ...   skip the preparatory year after having passed a test of Romanian language.. The candidates, who can formally prove that they have studied in Romanian for at least four years consecutively, do not need to pass the Romanian language test or to attend the preparatory year.. The following universities organize the preparatory year:.. Politehnica University of Bucharest;.. University of Bucharest;.. University of Bacau;.. Babes-Bolyai University of Cluj;.. Ovidius University of Constanta;.. University of Craiova;.. Cuza University of Iasi;.. University of Pitesti;.. 9.. Oil and Gas University of Ploiesti;.. 10.. West University of Timisoara.. Students will have to take language tests, during the academic year, in order to check their speaking and writing abilities.. Foreign students, who have begun to study in their home country or in another country, can finish their studies in Romania.. This is possible according to each individual case, after the recognition and equivalence of diplomas.. College graduates who already have a diploma can continue their studies in similar faculties providing four-year courses, after applying to sit the entrance examination.. If they pass the examination they go directly to the third academic year.. Since 1998, Romanian universities have introduced the ETCS (European Transfer Credit System) which facilitates student mobility within the European universities.. Further information is available at any Romanian university and at the Ministry of Education and Research, the General Department for International Relations..

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    Descriptive info: ANNUAL BUDGET.. Following are typical budgets for an international student in Romania.. The value of the study fees, which is stipulated by the Ministry of Education and Research, is the same for all universities.. The fees differ from one domain of specialization to another.. The fees for one year of study include the assessed practical experience stipulated in the curricula and the medical assistance, in the same conditions offered to the Romanian students.. UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMME.. Tehnical, economics, humanities, agronomy, sport.. Medical and pharmaceutical.. Musical and artistics.. Dramatic arts, theatrical and film direction.. Tuition.. (10 months).. 3200 USD.. 3600 USD.. 4700 USD.. 7600 USD.. Health insurance.. (12 months)..  ...   150 - 500 USD.. Estimated Tota.. l.. 5850 - 6700 USD.. 6250-7100 USD.. 7350 - 8200 USD.. 10250 - 1110 USD.. Most of the Romanian universities have their own cafeteria within the campus.. Room and board are reported to the average expanses of different higher education centers.. International students can be advised by the specialized departments of the universities in order to identify the best solution.. The international students can also choose room and board extra-campus.. Travel, books and supplies mostly depend on the option of each student.. GRADUATE PROGRAMME.. 3400 USD.. 3800 USD.. 4950 USD.. 8000 USD.. 6050 - 6900 USD.. 6450-7300 USD.. 7600-8400 USD.. 10650-11500 USD..

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    Descriptive info: DIPLOMATIC MISSIONS.. Republic of ALBANIA.. Democratic People's Republic of ALGERIA.. Republic of ANGOLA.. Kingdom of SAUDI ARABIA.. Republic of ARGENTINA.. Republic of ARMENIA.. Commonwealth of AUSTRALIA.. Republic of AUSTRIA.. AZERBAIJAN Republic.. Republic of BELARUS.. Kingdom of BELGIUM.. BOSNIA and HERZEGOVINA.. Federative Republic of BRAZIL.. Republic of BULGARIA.. CANADA.. CZECH Republic.. Republic of CHILE.. People's Republic of CHINA.. Republic of CYPRUS.. Republic of COLOMBIA.. Democratic People's Republic of KOREA.. Republic of KOREA.. Republic of CROATIA.. Republic of CUBA.. Kingdom of DENMARK.. Arab Republic of EGYPT.. SWISS Confederation.. UNITED ARAB EMIRATES.. Republic of ESTONIA.. HELLENIC Republic.. Federal Democratic Republic of ETHIOPIA.. Republic of the PHILIPPINES.. Republic of FINLAND.. FRENCH Republic.. Republic of GEORGIA.. Federal Republic of GERMANY.. INDIA.. Republic of INDONESIA.. Hashemite Kingdom of JORDAN.. Republic of IRAQ.. Islamic Republic of IRAN.. IRELAND.. State of ISRAEL.. ITALIAN Republic.. Federal Republic of YUGOSLAVIA.. JAPAN.. Republic of KAZAKHSTAN.. Republic of KENYA.. State of KUWAIT.. Republic of LATVIA.. LEBANESE Republic.. Great Socialist People's LIBYAN Arab Jamahiriya.. Republic of LITHUANIA.. Grand Duchy of LUXEMBOURG.. Republic of MACEDONIA.. MALAYSIA.. United Kingdom of GREAT BRITAIN and NORTHERN.. Kingdom of MOROCOO.. United MEXICAN States.. Republic of MOLDOVIA.. Federal Republic of NIGERIA.. Kingdom of NORWAY.. Kingdom of the NETHERLANDS.. Islamic Republic of.. PAKISTAN.. Republic of PERU.. Republic of POLAND.. PORTUGUESE Republic.. State of QATAR.. RUSSIAN Federation.. Republic of SAN MARINO.. Republic of SENEGAL.. SYRIAN Arab Republic.. HOLY SEE.. SLOVAK Republic.. Republic of SLOVENIA.. SPAIN.. SRI LANKA.. UNITED STATES of AMERICA.. Republic of SUDAN.. Kingdom of SWEDEN.. Kingdom of THAILAND.. Republic of TUNISIA.. Republic of TURKEY.. TURKMENISTAN.. UKRAINE.. Oriental Republic of URUGUAY.. Republic of HUNGARY.. Republic of UZBEKISTAN.. Socialist Republic of VIETNAM.. Republic of VENEZUELA.. Republic of YEMEN.. Republic of ZIMBABWE.. Republic of SOUTH AFRICA.. Embassy of Romania in the Republic of South Africa.. Address: 117 Charles Street, Brooklyn 0011, P.. O.. Box 11295, Pretoria.. Phone: 0027-12-46.. 69.. 41.. Fax: 0027-12-46.. 47.. E-mail: romembsa@global.. co.. za.. Ambassador: Mr.. Radu Gabriel Mateescu.. General Consulates.. Consulate General of Romania.. Address: Helderberg 24, Highwich Drive, c/r 53 Herschel Road,.. Kenilworth Cape Town, 7700.. Phone: 27-021-76.. 11.. 781.. Fax: 27-021-76.. 657.. E-mail: romania@kingsley.. Acting Consul General: Mr.. Florin Barbu.. Embassy of Romania in the Republic of Albania.. (Ambasada e Rumanise).. Address: Rruga Themistokli, Gjermeni 2, Tirane.. Phone: 00355-42-56.. 071.. Fax: 00355-42-36.. 072.. E-mail:roemb@adanet.. com.. al.. Constantin Eremia.. Embassy of Romania in the Democratic People's Republic of Algeria.. (Ambassade de Roumanie).. Address: 24, Rue Si-Arezki Hydra, 16035 Alger.. Phone: 00-213-2-60.. 08.. 71.. Fax : 002122-69.. 36.. 42.. E-mail: ambrom@wissal.. dz.. Dumitru Olaru.. Republic of ANGOLA.. Embassy of Romania in the Republic of Angola.. (Embaixada da Romenia).. Address: Rua Ramalho Ortigao, no.. 30, Alvalade.. Phone/Fax: 02442-32.. 10.. 76.. E-mail: ambromania@ebonet.. net.. Charge d'Affaires a.. i.. : Mr.. Emil Bostan.. Embassy of Romania in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.. Address: Al Protocal Street, Villa no.. 8, King Fahad District, Riyadh 11693, PO Box 94319.. Phone: 00-966-1-45.. 66.. 205.. Fax: 00-966-1-45.. 985.. E-mail: embromriyadh@nesma.. sa.. Dan Mihai Barliba.. Embassy of Romania in the Republic of Argentina.. (Embajada de Rumania).. Address: Calle Arroyo 962-970, Buenos Aires - 1007.. Phone: 00-54-11-43.. 26.. 58.. 88; 00-54-11-43.. 27.. 15.. 84.. Fax: 00-54-11-43.. 22.. 30.. E-mail: embarombue@fibertel.. ar.. Cristian Lazarescu.. Republic of ARMENIA.. Embassy of Romania in the Republic of Armenia.. Address: Str.. Sepuhi nr.. 3, Erevan.. Phone: 00 37 41- 27 47 01; 26 52 07; 27 58 60.. Fax: 00 37 41 - 54 41 44.. Pavel Platona.. Embassy of Romania in Commonwealth of Australia.. Address: 4 Dalman Crescent, O'Malley, A.. C.. T.. 2606, Canberra.. Phone: 00-61-26-286.. 23.. 43.. Fax: 00-61-26-286.. 24.. 33.. Web Site: http://www.. roembau.. org.. E-mail: roembassy@roembau.. Ambassador: Mrs.. Manuela Vulpe.. Embassy of Romania in the Republic of Austria.. (Botschaft von Rumänien).. Address: Prinz Eugen Strasse 60, 1040 Wien, Österreich.. Phone: 0043-1-505.. 32.. 27; 0043-1-505.. 16.. 28.. Fax: 0043-1-504.. 14.. 62.. E-mail: ambromviena@nextra.. at.. Traian Chebeleu.. Embassy of Romania in the Azerbaijan Republic.. Adresa: Str.. Tariverdiyev, nr.. 9A, cod postal 370069, Baku.. Phone: 0099412-62.. 04.. 29; 0099412-90.. 86.. Phone/Fax: 0099412-40.. 77.. 00.. E-mail: rom_amb_baku@azdata.. Tasin Gemil.. Embassy of Romania in the Republic of Belarus.. (Posolstvo Rumanii).. Address: Zavulek Maskvina, Dom 4 - Minsk, 220035.. Phone: 00 375/172-23.. 80.. 97; 23.. Fax: 00 375/172-10.. 40.. 85.. Mobile phone: 029 6 23 80 97.. E-mail: romania@nsys.. by.. Embassy of Romania in the Kingdom of Belgium.. Address: 105, Rue Gabrielle, 1180 Bruxelles, Belgique.. Fax: 0032-2-346.. 45.. Phone: 0032-2-345.. Consular Section: 0032-2-343.. 35.. E-mail: ambrobel@belgacom.. Acad.. Virgiliu N.. Constantinescu.. Embassy of Romania in Bosnia and Herzegovina.. Address: Sarajevo, Str.. Samokovje nr.. 89.. Phone: 0038771-615.. 571.. E-mail: rumunska@bih.. ba.. Vasile Leca.. Embassy of Romania in the Federative Republic of Brazil.. (Embaixada da Romania).. Address: SEN Avenida das Naçoes, Lote 6,.. CEP 70456-900, Brasilisa, DF, Brasil.. Phone: 00-55-61-226.. 07.. 46; 00-55-61-226.. 81;.. 00-55-61-226.. 92.. Fax: 00-55-61-226.. 29.. E-mail: romenia@solar.. br.. Ion Floroiu.. Embassy of Romania in the Republic of Bulgaria.. (Posolstvo na Rumania).. Address: Ulita Sitniakovo, 4, Sofia.. Phone: 00359-2-973.. 28.. 58; 00359-2-973.. 34.. 12; 00359-2-971.. 49; 00359-2-971.. 87; 00359-2-971.. 78.. Fax: 00359-2-973.. 12.. E-mail: ambsofro@exco.. Constantin Grigorie.. Embassy Of Romania in Canada.. Address: 655, Rideau Street, Ottawa-Ontario, K1N - 6A3.. Phone: 001-613-789.. 37; 001-613-789-5345; 001-613-789-3709.. Fax: 001-613-78.. 94.. 365.. E-mail: romania@cyberus.. ca.. Website: http://www.. cyberus.. ca/~romania.. Gabriel Gafita.. Embassy of Romania in the Czech Republic.. (Velvyslanectví Rumunska).. Address: Nerudova 5, 118 00, Praha 1.. Phone: 00420-2-575.. 210.. Fax: 00420-2-575.. 31.. 017.. E-mail: embroprg@mbox.. vol.. cz.. Gheorghe Tinca.. Embassy of Romania in the Republic of Chile.. Address: Calle Benjamin, no.. 2955, Las Condes, Santiago de Chile.. Phone: (00-56-2) 231.. 18.. 93; 232.. Fax: (00-56-2) 231.. 25.. E-mail: embajada@rumania.. tie.. cl.. E-mail (commercial office): oficina-comercial@rumania.. Sit Web: http://www.. rumania.. http://www.. embajadaderumania.. Ion Valcu.. Embassy of Romania in the People's Republic of China.. Address: Beijing 100600 RI TAN LU, DONG ER JIE.. Phone: 00-86-10-65.. 42; 00-86-10-65.. 15;.. Fax: 00-86-10-65.. 57.. E-mail: roamb@ht.. rol.. cn.. Ioan Donca.. Embassy of Romania in the Republic of Cyprus.. Address: Kennedy Avenue 83,PO Box 2210, Nicosia.. Phone: 00357-2-379.. 303.. Fax: 00357-2-379.. 121.. E-mail: romemb@globalsoftmail.. Costin Georgescu.. Embassy of Romania in the Republic of Colombia.. (Embajada de Rumanía).. Address: Carrera 7, no.. 92-58, Bogota.. Phone: 00-571 - 256.. 64.. 38; 256.. 58; 611.. 21.. Fax: 00-571 - 256.. 61.. E-mail: emrubog@colomsat.. co.. rumania@col-online.. Octavian Ionut.. Embassy of Romania in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.. Address: Pyongyang City, Munhengdong.. Phone: 00-850-2-381-7336.. Neculai Cotlogut.. Embassy of Romania in the Republic of Korea.. Address: Yongsan-Ku, Hannam-Dong 1-42, UN Village Seoul 140-210.. Phone: 00-82-2-797-49-24.. Fax: 00-82-2-794-31-14.. E-mail: romemb@uriel.. Website: www.. uriel.. net/~romemb/.. Viorel Isticioaia-Budura.. Embassy of Romania in the Republic of Croatia.. (Ambasada Rumunjske).. Address: Ul.. Srebrnjak nr.. 150 A, Zagreb.. Phone: 00385-1-243.. 01.. 37; 00385-1-243.. 38.. Fax: 00385-1-243.. E-mail: roamb.. cro@zg.. tel.. hr.. Mihai Dinucu.. Embassy of Romania in the Republic of Cuba.. Address: Calle 21, no.. 307 Entre H é I, Vedado La Habana.. Phone: 00-53-7-33.. 22; 00-53-7-33.. 24;  ...   Address: 114, Jalan Damai (Off Jalan Ampang), 55000 Kuala Lumpur.. Phone: 00-60-3-21423172; 00-60-3-21482065.. Fax: 00-60-3-21448713.. E-mail: romemb@tm.. my.. Mihai Montanu.. United Kingdom of GREAT BRITAIN and NORTHERN IRELAND.. Embassy of Romania in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.. Address: 4 Palace Green, Kensington Gardens, London, W8/4QD.. Phone: (020) 7937 9666.. Fax: (020) 7937 4675.. Consular section: (020) 7937 9667.. E-mail: consul@roemb.. demon.. uk.. Dan Ghibernea.. Embassy of Romania in the Kingdom of Morocoo.. Address: 10, Rue d'Ouezzané, Rabat.. Phone: 00-212-7-72.. 94; 00-212-7-73.. Fax: 00-212-7-700.. 196.. E-mail: amb.. roumanie@smirt.. ma.. Gelu Voican Voiculescu.. Embassy of Romania in the United Mexican States.. Address: Calle Sofocles no.. 311, Colonia Polanco,.. Delegacion Miguel Hidalgo 11.. 560 Mexico.. Phone: 00-52-5-280.. 47; 00-52-5-280.. 97;.. Fax: 00-52-5-280.. E-mail: ambromaniei@prodigy.. mx.. Dan Vasile.. Republic of MOLDOVA.. Embassy of Romania in the Republic of Moldova.. Bucuresti 66/1, Chisinau, Cod:277.. 012.. Phone: 022-22.. 81.. 26; 022-21.. 37.. Fax: 022-22.. E-mail: ambrom@ch.. moldpac.. md.. Adrian Balanescu.. Golovna, nr.. 14, Cernauti, Ucraina.. Phone: 00380 372 54 09 00.. Phone/Fax: 00380 372 54 09 10.. E-mail: konsulro@infocom.. cv.. ua.. Ilie Ivan.. Embassy of Romania in the Federal Republic of Nigeria.. Address: Plot No.. 498, Nelson Mandela Street,Zone A4, Asokoro, Abuja, FCT.. Box 10376 Garki.. Phone: (00234.. 9) 314.. 04; 314.. Fax: (00234.. E-mail: romnig@nigtel.. Gheorghe Dumitru.. Embassy of Romania in the Kingdom of Norway.. Address: Oscars gate 51,0258 - Oslo, Norway.. Phone: 0047-22-44.. 12;47/22.. 37.. Fax: 0047-22-43.. E-mail: romemb@online.. no.. Website: http://home.. online.. no/~romemb/.. Serban-Nicolae Vlad.. Embassy of Romania in the Kingdom of the Netherlands.. Address: 55, Catsheuvel, 2517 KA DEN HAAG.. Phone: 0031-70-354.. 96; 0031-70-355.. Fax: 0031-70-354.. ronl.. nl/embassy/.. E-mail: sicrned@tip.. nl.. Iulian Buga.. Islamic Republic of PAKISTAN.. Embassy of Romania in the Islamic Republic of Pakistan.. Address: House no.. 13, Street 88, Ramna G 6/3, Islamabad.. Phone: 00-92-51-826514.. Phone: 00-92-51-206963 (consular section).. Fax: 00-92-51-826515.. E-mail: romania@isb.. compol.. E-mail: dedeani@hotmail.. com (consular section).. Emil Ghitulescu.. Embassy of Romania in the Republic of Peru.. Address: Avenida Jorge Basadre no.. 690, San Isidro, Lima 27.. Phone: 00-51-1-422.. Fax: 00-51-1-421.. 09.. E-mail: ambrom@terra.. pe.. Ambasador: Mr.. Gheorghe Liciu.. Embassy of Romania in the Republic of Poland.. (Ambasada Rumunii).. Address: Adresa: ul.. Chopina 10, 00-559 Warszawa.. Phone: (004822) 628.. 56.. Phone Consular Section: (004822) 621.. Phone Economic Section: (004822) 628.. Fax: (004822) 628.. 64, 628.. 93.. E-mail: embassy@roembassy.. pl.. Ireny Comaroschi.. Embassy of Romania in the Portuguese Republic.. Address: Rua de Sao Caetano a Lapa 5.. 1200, Lisboa, Portugal.. Phone: 00-351-21-396.. 66; 00-351-21-396.. Fax: 00-351-21-396.. E-mail: ambrom@esoterica.. pt.. Embassy of Romania in the State of Qatar.. Address: Al-Ghemar St.. , Mamoura Area, 56, P.. Box 22511, Doha.. Phone: + 974 46.. 777; 46.. 962.. Fax: + 974 46.. 777.. Site Web: http://www.. romaniaemb.. qa.. E-mail: romamb@qatar.. Mihai Stefan Stuparu.. Embassy of Romania in the Russian Federation.. Address: Mosfilmovskaia Ulita, Dom 64, Moskva.. Phone: 00-7-095-143.. 24; 00-7-095-143.. 27; 00-7-095-143.. Fax: 00-7-095-143.. E-mail: bucur@dol.. ru.. Emil Rapcea.. Embassy of Romania in the Republic of San Marino.. (Residence in Rome).. Mihai Dobre.. Embassy of Romania in the Republic of Senegal.. Address: Boulevard de l'EstxRue 4, Point E, Dakar B.. P.. Box 3171, 3212.. Phone/Fax: (00221) 825.. 13; (00221) 825.. 20.. 68.. E-mail: romania@arc.. sn.. Embassy of Romania in the Syrian Arab Republic.. Address: 8, Rue Ibrahim Hanano, P.. Box 4454, Damascus.. Phone: 00-963-11-332.. 70; 00-963-11-332.. Fax: 00-963-11-332.. E-mail: ro.. dam@net.. sy.. Ion Dobreci.. Embassy of Romania to the Holy See.. (Ambasciata di Romania presso la Santa Sede).. Address: Via Panama 92, 00198 Roma.. Phone: 0039-06-854.. 02; 0039-06-854.. Fax: 0039-06-855.. E-mail: ambvatican@libero.. Embassy of Romania in the Slovak Republic.. (Velvyslanectvo Rumunska).. Address: Frana Krala 11, 811.. 05 Bratislava.. Phone: 00-421-7-524.. 665; 00-421-7-524.. 562;.. Fax: 00-421-7-524.. 056.. E-mail: ro-embassy@ba.. sknet.. sk.. Gheorghe Lupes.. Embassy of Romania in the Republic of Slovenia.. (Veleposlanistvo Romunije).. Address: Podlimbarskega, Ulica 43, 1000, Ljubliana.. Phone/Fax: 00-386-1-5058.. 294; 00386-1-5057335; 00-386-1-5055432.. E-mail: embassy.. of.. romania@siol.. Victor Chiujdea.. Embassy of Romania in Spain.. Address: Avenida de Alfonso XIII nr.. 157, Madrid 28016 - Espana.. Phone: 0034-91-350.. Fax: 0034-91-345.. E-mail: roembmad@worldonline.. es.. Stelian Oancea.. Embassy of Romania in Sri Lanka.. Address: 6A, Samudra Mawatha, Mount Lavinia, Greater Colombo, Sri Lanka.. Phone: 0094.. 53.. Fax: 0094.. 1.. E-mail: romania1@embassy.. org.. Cristian Ovidiu Mateescu.. Embassy of Romania in United States of America.. Address: 1607-23rd Street NW, Washington DC 20008.. Phone: 001-202-232.. 94; 001-202-332.. 48.. 46; 001-202-332.. Fax: 001-202-232.. E-mail: office@roembus.. roembus.. Sorin Ducaru.. Embassy of Romania in the Republic of Sudan.. Address: Kafouri Area - Kassala Road, Plot 172/173 Khartoum North, Khartoum, P.. Box 1494; 1652.. Phone: 00-249-13-338.. 114.. Fax: 00-249-13-330.. 113.. E-mail: ambromania@sudanmail.. Alexandru Costin.. Embassy of Romania in the Kingdom of Sweden.. Address: 36, Ostermalmsgatan, Stockholm 100 41, Sweden.. Phone: 0046-8-10.. Fax: 0046-8-10.. E-mail: info@romanianembassy.. se.. Adrian Stefan Constantinescu.. Embassy of Romania in the Kingdom of Thailand.. Address: 20/1, Soi Rajakhru, Phaholyothin Soi 5, Phaholyothin Road, Phayathai, Bangkok 10400.. Phone: 00-66-2-617.. Fax: 00-66-2-617.. 13.. E-mail: romembkk@ksc.. th.. Cristian Teodorescu.. Embassy of Romania in the Republic of Tunisia.. Address: 18, Avenue d'Afrique, El Menzah V.. BP-57-1004 TUNIS.. Phone: 00216-71-766.. 926.. Fax: 00216-71-767.. 695.. E-mail: ambroum@planet.. tn.. Florin-Bucur Vasilescu.. Embassy of Romania in the Republic of Turkey.. Address: Bukres Sok.. No.. 4, 06680, Cankaya, Ankara.. Phone: 009-0312-466.. 06; 427.. Fax: 009-0312-427.. roembtr.. org/.. E-mail: romania@attglobal.. George Ciamba.. Embassy of Romania in Turkmenistan.. Address: Miati Kusaeva 107, Ashabat.. Phone: 00903-12-34.. 15; 34.. 33; 34.. Fax: 0099312-34.. E-mail: ambromas@online.. tm.. Ion Porojan.. Embassy of Romania in Ukraine.. (Posoltsvo Rumunii Kiev).. Mihaila Kotziubinskogo nr.. 8; Kiev 01030.. Phone/Fax: 00-380-44 - 224.. Fax: 00-380-44 - 235.. E-mail: romania@iptelecom.. Alexandru Cornea.. Embassy of Romania in the Oriental Republic of Uruguay.. Address: Echevarriarza 3452, Montevideo-Uruguay.. Phone: 00-598-2-622.. 76; 00-598-2-622.. Fax: 00-598-2-622.. E-mail: ambromvd@adinet.. uy.. Vasile Macovei.. Embassy of Romania in the Republic of Hungary.. Address: 1146 Budapest, Thököly út 72.. Phone: 00-36-1-352.. 02.. Fax: 00-36-1-343.. 60.. 35.. E-mail: roembbud@mail.. datanet.. hu.. Ioan Petru Cordos.. Embassy of Romania in the Republic of Uzbekistan.. Akmal Polat, nr.. 43, Raion Iunusabad, Taokent.. Phone: 0099871-120.. 67; 00998712-48.. Fax: 0099871-120.. E-mail: ambrotas@online.. Traian Bordeianu.. Embassy of Romania in the Socialist Republic of Vietnam.. Address: 5 Le Hong Phong Street, Hanoi.. Phone: 00-84-4-845.. Fax: 00-84-4-843.. E-mail: romambhan@fpt.. vn.. Commercial Section - Phone: 00-84-4-733.. 31;.. E-mail: rombcehan@fpt.. Constantin Lupeanu.. Embassy of Romania in the Republic of Venezuela.. Address: 4-a Avenida, entre 8-a y 9-a Transversales.. Quinta Guardatinajas No.. 49-14.. ALTAMIRA - CHACAO.. Depto.. Federal 1060-019.. CARACAS - VENEZUELA.. Phone: 261.. 94.. 80; 263.. 56.. 97.. Fax: 263.. 71.. 61.. E-mail: ambaroca@infoline.. wtfe.. ambarove@infoline.. Petru Pepelea.. Embassy of Romania in the Republic of Yemen.. Address: Sana'a, 21 Street (Diplomatic Area), Building 22.. Box 2169.. Phone: 00-967-1-209.. 003/4, 205.. 515.. Fax: 00-967-1-214.. 100.. E-mail: a.. romana-sanaa@y.. ye.. Gheorghe Vilcu.. Embassy of Romania in the Republic of Zimbabwe.. Address: 105, Fourth Street, Corner Josiah,.. Chinamano Harare, P.. Box 4797.. Phone: 00-263-4-725.. 456.. Fax: 00-263-4-725.. 493.. E-mail: romemb@africaonline.. zw.. Iulian Gheorghe Smaranda..

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